Greencare is a therapeutic approach where contact with nature is an integral part of the process. This can include therapeutic and social horticulture, rural crafts, animal assisted interventions, care farming, woodland crafts, wilderness skills, and other ecotherapy techniques. A conceptual framework has been constructed by an EU working party.
Greencare is an essential part of an intensive therapy programme in Slough for people with complex emotional needs.
Here are some articles written about us:
See some of our presentations:
Greencare: How to feel human in mental health services 30th June 2016 at The Association for Psychosocial Studies Annual Conference, UWE Bristol
Slough: towards a therapeutic town 30th June 2016 at The Association for Psychosocial Studies Annual Conference, UWE Bristol
Greencare and Yurtification: Why GREENCARE matters for your Mental Health 7th January 2016 at The Retreat, York
Greencare groups for personality disorder: the Growing Better Lives project 1st October 2014 at the Royal College of Psychiatrists Sustainability Summit:
The Philosophy of greencare – why it matters for our mental health 17th April 2014 to the Critical Psychiatry Network
Blooming Borderlines 6th December 2014 at the launch of Centre for Social Futures, Institute of Mental Health
See us in action: Pond Wars
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